HOW OFTEN DO WE SAY THANK YOU, EXPRESSING OUR GRATITUDE FOR THE POSITIVE THINGS IN OUR LIVES, WHICH WE HAVE NOT ASKED FOR OR ACTIVELY WORKED TOWARDS?
each human being, an emotion, which arises spontaneously within us and is also a choice we make – being grateful or ungrateful. increase your own levels of happiness and those around you, whether it is through a simple thank you, an act of kindness or even writing a gratitude life. gratitude and made it our mission to spread happiness through gratitude around our College campus. We have kick started our project with teachers and parents posting images of things they are grateful for on CAC’s social media college community have featured strongly as common things many of us are grateful for. The response to our unique project has being overwhelming; there is nothing better to brighten up your newsfeed than an image of an adorable animal or smiling group of students! Students were involved in a range of activities writing gratitude letters. The simple act of putting and mental strength, a decrease in aggression and a better sleep. Spending just a few minutes writing grateful sentiments can have a profound impact would allow students to cultivate relationships and foster new ones. gratefulness throughout the College even reached the Early Learning Centre. Our youngest students have been hard at work drawing images, taking photos on the College iPads and creating collages of what they are grateful for, whether it is mummy primary school, students are creating a beautiful display for everyone. This College wide focus all students to focus on those special to them and cultivating an attitude of gratitude in our community. initiative through the Coomera Anglican College social media channels and perhaps even practice writing a gratitude letter yourself, thanking those special people in your life!